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  1. Hello, everyone. We've posted an article on the front page that can be used as a place to leave messages (along with discussion here). Please share with the community! http://wetpixel.com/articles/in-memoriam-bob-cranston-underwater-cameraman
  2. It seems that JimSwims can identify just about everything! So here's a tiny snapping shrimp or something on a cushion star in Komodo. Any idea what it is?
  3. Interesting! Thanks, everyone. I think I'm going to go with V. louti. This is like a black art.
  4. Hi! It's me again. Anyone know what this predatory shell is? It was tiny.
  5. It also could color morph into a version with 5 white blotches on top, with a white line on its head...
  6. This doesn't quite look like a red coral grouper nor a tomato grouper. The spots were bright violet, and not red. Any ideas?
  7. I saw these everywhere in the sand in Komodo during the latest trip. Any ideas what kind of critter creates them?
  8. Jerry, that is a reasonable guess!
  9. Nudi ID, please! I've been poring through books, and can't find one like this. I'm sure it's in there, though. Thank you!
  10. Can't find this guy in the books. Looks like a squarespot gone wrong. Any ideas? (Horseshoe Bay, Komodo)
  11. I think I could go with a Scyllaea fulva, or at least a Scyllaea sp.! Thank you...
  12. Hey, guys. What kind of puffer is this? It looks like a cross between a guineafowl puffer, map puffer, and star puffer. I don't see any in the books with radial stripes in its eyes, and camo / spots on the rest of its body. Cannibal Rock, Horseshoe Bay, Komodo
  13. Hello, everyone. I'm looking for an ID for this slug, which looks like an Elysia or something similar. Found at Torpedo Alley in Horseshoe Bay, Komodo.
  14. Hi, everyone. The quad is a DJI Phantom 2, and I've modified it to carry a Ricoh GR camera, which is a 16-megapixel APS-C camera with no anti-aliasing filter. It weighs less than 250g including its fixed 28-mm-equiv lens, which is incredibly light. You can see more pictures from the kit over at my other site, Skypixel.org. All of the posts tagged Ricoh GR, including tech posts about the modification, are here: http://skypixel.org/tagged/ricoh-gr
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